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Why Titanfall Is A Great Game

by Jack Wageron October 25, 2017
Released 5 months after the launch of Xbox One, Titanfall was supposed to be Xbox One's 'killer app'. Criticized for being shallow because it lacks a single player campaign, and other people ragged on it because they disliked the addition of titans (what!). Although once the dust settled, Titanfall still stands as my favorite FPS in a very long, long time.

Localization – My Issue With esports

by Oscar Venturaon October 20, 2017
I don’t love sports, I love my city. Ok, that’s not entirely true. I do enjoy watching sports, but I see sports as a way to get together with friends and enjoy a game with some food and drinks. The shared love for a team is what brings us together. But our love is only […]

Digital Game Rentals Are The Future

by Jack Wageron September 7, 2017
Game rentals used to be an integral part of every gamer's life. 3 day rentals from Blockbuster or Hollywood Video were definitely highlights of my weekends as a kid, but movie and game rental stores are gone. GameFly is still around, but I'd argue that game rentals in 2017 are dead. Here's my plan to revamp video game rentals.

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles | Judgement

by Oscar Venturaon July 18, 2017
Typically summer times are spent outdoors enjoying the outdoors and for this reason, this is a dry season for new or good video games. In comes Australian developers, Prideful Sloth to fill the void with a change from the normal, something not entirely new, but refreshing – Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles.

Beat Cop | Judgement

by Oscar Venturaon March 30, 2017
Ready to punch in and handle the beat? Patrol your street and write up some tickets, that’s what you’ll end up doing in Beat Cop. Now as boring as that may sound, the game does have some witty commentary to balance things out.

Disconnect with Ace: Castle Assault

by Juan Malaveon May 11, 2016
Tabletop games have become the underground of gaming, buried beneath the digital world we’re in. Video games have cast a shadow over tabletop gaming, keeping them in the darkness causing the endangerment of these games and making them irrelevant to those who enjoy their entertainment by pressing buttons. I credit tabletops with helping in the […]

Bravely Second: End Layer Demo – First Impressions

by Juan Malaveon March 17, 2016
Oh, the agonizing torture that is brought upon by a RPG. You know the countless hours to develop your characters and unfold a story, then getting lost in your own progress from forgetting where you left off. It’s as if we are masochists, we suffer through the hardships yet we enjoy it so we go […]

Gamer Girl Loves Free Games

Free Games Are Bad Business

by Jack Wageron September 29, 2015
PSN+, Games With Gold, and Origin's On The House are programs that gamers love. Everyone likes free stuff, but are free games doing more harm than good?
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The Way Of Life – Life In Three Nutshells

by Jack Wageron August 19, 2015
Perhaps the most interesting game I’ve played in, well, forever. The Way Of Life is a social commentary on the average human life. We enter this world as children who have gigantic imaginations and are fueled by sugar. Adults get a job and move up the corporate ladder. Lastly you play a senior citizen, who […]